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Posted by Past Member, on Sat Jun 18, 2011 8:41 pm
Reply by gutenberg, on Tue Jun 21, 2011 10:28 pm
Damn but you're good girl, just love watching those mammals doing their thing, I have come to realize they really know how to have fun by making their environment work for them so they can play, neat Huh, Ed
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Reply by Past Member, on Sat Jun 25, 2011 10:50 am
a COUPLE OF BUDDIES OF MINE AND i CHARTED A BOAT FOR A FISHING TRIP TO FT. JEFFERSON,  DRY TORTUGAS ONCE AND THE DOLPHINS PLAYED WITH US ALLTHE WAY DOWN AND BACK.  IT NEVER CEASED TO AMAZE ME THE WAY THEY COULD HANG JUST OFF THE BOW AND SEEMINGLY NOT MOVE A FIN,  GLIDE RIGHT ALONG WITH US AT THE SAME SPEED.  wAS AMAZING AND BEAUTIFUL.


ANOTHER STORY;

DOWN IN THE KEYS,  FORGOT WHICH ONE BUT THE GROUP WORKING WITH DOLPHINS FINISHED THEIR PROJECT AND TURNED TWO DOLPHNS OUT TO LIVE ON THEIR OWN.  MARINE PATROL BEGAN GETTING CALLS FROM FISHERMEN ABOUT TWO DOLPHINS WHO WERE BEING A PEST. TtHEY WOULD COME UP TO THE BOATS AND PUT THEIR HEADS RIGHT OVER THE GUNNELS, AND BEG FOR FOOD. PLAY WITH THE FISHING TACKLE.  fINALLY MARINE PATROL ORDERED THE GROUP TO GO AND GET THE DOLPHINS AND LET THEM BACK IN THEIR PENS.  DON'T KNW WHAT EVER HAPPENED AFTER THAT
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Reply by Past Member, on Sun Jun 26, 2011 8:10 am
Reply by mooza, on Mon Jun 27, 2011 7:15 am
          awwwwww love this ...ozgirl hello
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